The Desperate Housewives star was recently rumoured to have moved on from her on/off relationship with Penelope Cruz's younger brother Eduardo after she was spotted stepping out on a number of low-key dates with New York Jets quarterback Sanchez.
The new couple even managed to get away for a brief vacation in the Caribbean, according to rumours.
And now the lovely Latina, who has been reluctant to share details about her personal life since splitting from basketball ace Tony Parker in 2010, has confirmed the new romance.
Asked about the relationship rumours by TV presenter pal Mario Lopez during an appearance on his U.S. news show Extra, she confessed, "Mark and I are, you know, fine. We're happy just dating."
A representative for the actors confirmed the news to People.com on Thursday (06Sep12).
The stars wed in 2003 and have two sons, Archie, three, and two-year-old Abel. It was Poehler's first marriage, while Arnett was previously wed to actress Penelope Ann Miller.
"I don't like dying (on film). I die in Don't Move, and I can't really look at it because it reminds me of my grandmother when she was very old." Oscar winner Penelope Cruz prefers her characters to have a happier ending.
The filmmaker allowed the actors to improvise with the script for the romantic comedy/drama and converse in their native language, but he didn't bother to find out exactly what they were talking about on screen - and remains completely clueless to this day.
Cruz tells W magazine, "He gave us the script he wrote in English, and he gave us the freedom to translate and improvise. Woody told me recently that he still doesn't know if we are talking about the atomic bomb."
The performance won the Spanish beauty the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, so Allen decided to put his faith in her again while shooting his latest movie To Rome with Love.
She says, "It's the same thing in To Rome With Love - he doesn't speak Italian. I translated my lines. So he still doesn't know what I am saying."
"When I was 16, I got Jamon Jamon. Of course, I had to lie about my age. And I had to lie to my parents about the content of the script." Actress Penelope Cruz pretended to be older than she was to land the starring role in the sexually-charged Spanish comedy drama, in which she appeared alongside her future husband Javier Bardem.
The Vicky Cristina Barcelona star signed up to promote the company's new Super Mario Bros. game for their DS3 console and she has filmed a promo for the campaign.
In the clip, Cruz is seen putting her gaming skills to the test and exclaims, "Come on, Mario, let's go - good boy!" as she taps away at the screen while lying on a lounge chair.
Monica then walks over to her sibling and declares, "Let's play together", before Penelope replies, "Do you want me to remind you who is the big sister? The last one loses the bet."
The pair then battle it out, with Monica crowned the winner. Penelope is later seen in a street wearing a Mario outfit and asking a shopkeeper, "Can I have a mushroom please?" - while her sister looks on and giggles.
Kourtney Kardashian gave birth to her second child last month (Jul12) and she chose to honour her Scottish ancestors by naming her daughter Penelope Scotland Disick.
However, her younger sibling thought it sounded better as Scotland Penelope and so she lobbied for the new parents to reconsider the name order - but her idea was vetoed by Kourtney's longtime boyfriend Scott Disick.
The couple introduced the little girl to the world as part of a covershoot article for this week's (beg06Aug12) Us Weekly magazine and in the accompanying interview, Disick says, "There was no way (we would name her Scotland Penelope). With me being named Scott, it's the most egotistical thing a man can do!"
Kourtney and Disick are also parents to a two-year-old son, Mason.
The latest movie in the Step Up franchise aims for a politicized message behind all the flashy moves but it could do with a lot less plot and a lot more dancing. In Step Up Revolution the Miami dance group "The Mob" takes to the streets (and other random locations) to perform intricately choreographed routines with their own DJ a camera guy who uploads their videos to YouTube and a graffiti artist who leaves their signature behind. It takes at least that much effort just to get hipster New Yorkers to ride the subways without any pants on once a year; it's hard to believe that The Mob could pull off their elaborate schemes without getting caught but that's the magic of movies.
The Mob represents the more diverse working class side of Miami a young multiracial group of friends who create incredible works of art that disappear before they get shut down. One of the Mob's leaders Sean (Ryan Guzman) earnestly explains to newcomer Emily (Kathryn McCormick) that the group's reason is to give a voice to the voiceless or to be happy or to dance or something. It's not really clear but they have a lot of fun and look amazing doing it.
Once Sean and his friends find out that a greedy developer plans to raze their neighborhood to make way for another South Beach-style hotel monstrosity they have a reason to rally but until then they're just trying to win a cash prize by getting clicks on YouTube. The typical Step Up twist is that Emily is the developer's daughter. Mr. Anderson (Peter Gallagher) doesn't approve of Emily's love of dancing or other frippery and he certainly wouldn't approve of her hanging out with the people causing such mayhem in the streets of Miami.
Step Up Revolution biggest misstep is trying to give the movie more of a hook than the franchise's typical Romeo and Juliet-style love story and tap into "the Zeitgeist" (I swear that's from the studio-provided press notes) of flash mobs. The film could have cut out most of the plot and characters and still have a completely intact film insofar as the point of the film is its multimedia dance routines. The sort of productions The Mob pulls off are more akin to carefully planned art installations or music videos in terms of scope; it would have been better to at least make that somehow feasible in terms of the storyline. Yes we are here for a spectacle and we surely get a spectacle but it needs to have some roots in reality.
The dance scenes are fun sexy and occasionally a little sappy but overall quite enjoyable for people who enjoy "So You Think You Can Dance" type of shows. Kathryn McCormick and Stephen "tWitch" Boss both appeared on "SYTYCD" and their costar Misha Gabriel is a classically trained ballet dancer turned pro back-up dancer for folks like Beyoncé and Michael Jackson. Guzman doesn't have a dance background but he is an MMA fighter who obviously took his training very seriously. The entire outfit is pretty damn entertaining to be honest.
As far as the 3D goes it makes most of Miami look overcast and grey. The extra zings added in to make sure we get our money's worth like sand flicking out at us or a breakdancer whose foot seems to be aiming for our face only serves to distract from the real show at hand. There is also an awful lot of ramping and generally spazzy editing tricks that look cheap. The screenplay by Amanda Brody is definitely not its strong suit.
Step Up Revolution is the cinematic equivalent of a trashy beach novel. It's embarrassing to be caught actually enjoying it and you'll forget about it almost immediately but it's a decent way to spend a summer afternoon.
The No Country for Old Men star, who is married to Penelope Cruz, and his older brother Carlos walked through the city to demonstrate against the government's decision to slash spending and raise consumption tax rates on art and culture.
The Bardems marched under a banner which read, "Culture is not a luxury".